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<p>Mithun, 11, carries a container full of dust on his shoulder at a laterite brick mine in Ratnagiri district, about 360km (224 miles) south of Mumbai, April 14, 2011. He is paid two Indian rupees ($0.04) per brick and carries an average of 100 bricks out of the mine each day. Each brick costs between 10-14 rupees ($0.22-$0.31), and weighs around 40 kg. REUTERS/Danish Siddiqui </p>

Mithun, 11, carries a container full of dust on his shoulder at a laterite brick mine in Ratnagiri districtmore

Mithun, 11, carries a container full of dust on his shoulder at a laterite brick mine in Ratnagiri district, about 360km (224 miles) south of Mumbai, April 14, 2011. He is paid two Indian rupees ($0.04) per brick and carries an average of 100 bricks out of the mine each day. Each brick costs between 10-14 rupees ($0.22-$0.31), and weighs around 40 kg. REUTERS/Danish Siddiqui

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<p>Mohamed, 10, stands guard at the frontline along the western entrance of Ajdabiyah April 13, 2011. Mohamed's rebel fighter father earlier had given him a rifle and asked him to replace him in his duties. Britain pressured other NATO members to beef up ground attacks in Libya on Wednesday as foreign ministers met in Qatar to try to open the deadlock in the country's civil war. REUTERS/Yannis Behrakis </p>

Mohamed, 10, stands guard at the frontline along the western entrance of Ajdabiyah April 13, 2011. Mohamed'more

Mohamed, 10, stands guard at the frontline along the western entrance of Ajdabiyah April 13, 2011. Mohamed's rebel fighter father earlier had given him a rifle and asked him to replace him in his duties. Britain pressured other NATO members to beef up ground attacks in Libya on Wednesday as foreign ministers met in Qatar to try to open the deadlock in the country's civil war. REUTERS/Yannis Behrakis

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<p>A farmer and horse breaker stands on a horse during routine practice on his farm in the outskirts of Havana April 10, 2011. REUTERS/Desmond Boylan </p>

A farmer and horse breaker stands on a horse during routine practice on his farm in the outskirts of Havanamore

A farmer and horse breaker stands on a horse during routine practice on his farm in the outskirts of Havana April 10, 2011. REUTERS/Desmond Boylan

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<p>President Barack Obama sprints up the steps of the Lincoln Memorial surrounded by Secret Service agents, to visit with tourists, a day after Congress came to agreement on funding the federal government, emphasizing that national parks, monuments and museums are kept open and filled with visitors, in Washington April 9, 2011. REUTERS/Mike Theiler </p>

President Barack Obama sprints up the steps of the Lincoln Memorial surrounded by Secret Service agents, tomore

President Barack Obama sprints up the steps of the Lincoln Memorial surrounded by Secret Service agents, to visit with tourists, a day after Congress came to agreement on funding the federal government, emphasizing that national parks, monuments and museums are kept open and filled with visitors, in Washington April 9, 2011. REUTERS/Mike Theiler

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<p>A friend of Vittorio Arrigoni puts his head against the wall after news Arrigoni's killing was announced, at the International Solidarity Movement (ISM) office in Gaza City April 15, 2011. Security personnel found the body of Arrigoni, a pro-Palestinian activist from Italy, who was killed and left in an abandoned house in the Gaza Strip following his abduction by militants, Hamas said. REUTERS/Mohammed Salem </p>

A friend of Vittorio Arrigoni puts his head against the wall after news Arrigoni's killing was announced, amore

A friend of Vittorio Arrigoni puts his head against the wall after news Arrigoni's killing was announced, at the International Solidarity Movement (ISM) office in Gaza City April 15, 2011. Security personnel found the body of Arrigoni, a pro-Palestinian activist from Italy, who was killed and left in an abandoned house in the Gaza Strip following his abduction by militants, Hamas said. REUTERS/Mohammed Salem

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<p>Police stand near a bullet-riddled car after its driver crashed it into a wall while trying to escape gunmen in Ciudad Juarez April 10, 2011. Two women and a seven-year old girl were in the car where they were shot at in a neighbourhood in Ciudad Juarez. The two women were injured and the girl escaped unharmed, according to local media. The cause of the shooting is still unknown.  REUTERS/Gael Gonzalez </p>

Police stand near a bullet-riddled car after its driver crashed it into a wall while trying to escape gunmemore

Police stand near a bullet-riddled car after its driver crashed it into a wall while trying to escape gunmen in Ciudad Juarez April 10, 2011. Two women and a seven-year old girl were in the car where they were shot at in a neighbourhood in Ciudad Juarez. The two women were injured and the girl escaped unharmed, according to local media. The cause of the shooting is still unknown. REUTERS/Gael Gonzalez

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<p>Patrons hug at a bar in Mingo Junction, Ohio April 7, 2011. The city is a part of America's Midwestern "Rust Belt", the heartland of the country and home to big unionized manufacturers like the auto and steel industries. After a foreign steel company bought the Ohio River Valley town's only steel mill, the company shut the facility down in 2008, taking away the town's main source of jobs. REUTERS/Eric Thayer </p>

Patrons hug at a bar in Mingo Junction, Ohio April 7, 2011. The city is a part of America's Midwestern "Rusmore

Patrons hug at a bar in Mingo Junction, Ohio April 7, 2011. The city is a part of America's Midwestern "Rust Belt", the heartland of the country and home to big unionized manufacturers like the auto and steel industries. After a foreign steel company bought the Ohio River Valley town's only steel mill, the company shut the facility down in 2008, taking away the town's main source of jobs. REUTERS/Eric Thayer

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<p>Kenza Drider, a French Muslim of North African descent, wears a niqab outside the Notre Dame Cathedral in Paris April 11, 2011. France's ban on full face veils, a first in Europe, went into force on Monday, exposing anyone who wears the Muslim niqab or burqa in public to fines of 150 euros ($216) and lessons in French citizenship. REUTERS/Gonzalo Fuentes </p>

Kenza Drider, a French Muslim of North African descent, wears a niqab outside the Notre Dame Cathedral in Pmore

Kenza Drider, a French Muslim of North African descent, wears a niqab outside the Notre Dame Cathedral in Paris April 11, 2011. France's ban on full face veils, a first in Europe, went into force on Monday, exposing anyone who wears the Muslim niqab or burqa in public to fines of 150 euros ($216) and lessons in French citizenship. REUTERS/Gonzalo Fuentes

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<p>Members of the Household Cavalry take part in a dress rehearsal for the Major General's review, in Hyde Park in London April 14, 2011. The event took place in front of the Barracks, and involved displays of ceremonial manoeuvres, including those to be used for the Royal Wedding. REUTERS/Stefan Wermuth </p>

Members of the Household Cavalry take part in a dress rehearsal for the Major General's review, in Hyde Parmore

Members of the Household Cavalry take part in a dress rehearsal for the Major General's review, in Hyde Park in London April 14, 2011. The event took place in front of the Barracks, and involved displays of ceremonial manoeuvres, including those to be used for the Royal Wedding. REUTERS/Stefan Wermuth

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<p>Ivory Coast's Laurent Gbagbo (L) and his wife Simone sit in a room at Hotel Golf in Abidjan, after they were arrested, April 11, 2011. Ivory Coast's Laurent Gbagbo was arrested by opposition forces on Monday after French troops closed in on the compound where the self-proclaimed president had been holed up in a bunker for the past week. Gbagbo refused to step down when Alassane Ouattara won November's presidential election, according to results certified by the United Nations, reigniting violence that has claimed more than a thousand lives and uprooted a million people. The hotel is where his rival Ouattara has his headquarters. REUTERS/Stringer </p>

Ivory Coast's Laurent Gbagbo (L) and his wife Simone sit in a room at Hotel Golf in Abidjan, after they wermore

Ivory Coast's Laurent Gbagbo (L) and his wife Simone sit in a room at Hotel Golf in Abidjan, after they were arrested, April 11, 2011. Ivory Coast's Laurent Gbagbo was arrested by opposition forces on Monday after French troops closed in on the compound where the self-proclaimed president had been holed up in a bunker for the past week. Gbagbo refused to step down when Alassane Ouattara won November's presidential election, according to results certified by the United Nations, reigniting violence that has claimed more than a thousand lives and uprooted a million people. The hotel is where his rival Ouattara has his headquarters. REUTERS/Stringer

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<p>A Humboldt penguin swims in his pool in a zoo at the Lusisenpark in Mannheim, Germany, April 8 , 2011. REUTERS/Alex Domanski </p>

A Humboldt penguin swims in his pool in a zoo at the Lusisenpark in Mannheim, Germany, April 8 , 2011. REUTmore

A Humboldt penguin swims in his pool in a zoo at the Lusisenpark in Mannheim, Germany, April 8 , 2011. REUTERS/Alex Domanski

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<p>A supporter of Uganda's Forum for Democratic Change (FDC) leader Kizza Besigye falls as he is attacked by a military policeman during riots in the Kasangati suburb of the capital Kampala, April 14, 2011. Ugandan police fired teargas to disperse a crowd that gathered after the opposition leader was prevented from taking part in a second round of protests over rising fuel and food prices, witnesses said. REUTERS/James Akena </p>

A supporter of Uganda's Forum for Democratic Change (FDC) leader Kizza Besigye falls as he is attacked by amore

A supporter of Uganda's Forum for Democratic Change (FDC) leader Kizza Besigye falls as he is attacked by a military policeman during riots in the Kasangati suburb of the capital Kampala, April 14, 2011. Ugandan police fired teargas to disperse a crowd that gathered after the opposition leader was prevented from taking part in a second round of protests over rising fuel and food prices, witnesses said. REUTERS/James Akena

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<p>A girl blindfolds another as they play a game in Sakhari Nate village, near the proposed site of the Jaitapur nuclear plant in Ratnagiri district, about 360 km (224 miles) south of Mumbai, April 13, 2011. The stakes are high for chronically power-short India. The plant would eventually have six reactors capable of generating 9,900 megawatts of electricity -- enough to provide power to 10 million Indian homes. Long-running opposition to the proposed plant at Jaitapur has hardened amid the unfolding nuclear crisis in Japan, with village posters depicting scenes of last month's devastation at the Fukushima plant and warning of what could be in store for this region in the Western Ghats north of Goa.  REUTERS/Danish Siddiqui </p>

A girl blindfolds another as they play a game in Sakhari Nate village, near the proposed site of the Jaitapmore

A girl blindfolds another as they play a game in Sakhari Nate village, near the proposed site of the Jaitapur nuclear plant in Ratnagiri district, about 360 km (224 miles) south of Mumbai, April 13, 2011. The stakes are high for chronically power-short India. The plant would eventually have six reactors capable of generating 9,900 megawatts of electricity -- enough to provide power to 10 million Indian homes. Long-running opposition to the proposed plant at Jaitapur has hardened amid the unfolding nuclear crisis in Japan, with village posters depicting scenes of last month's devastation at the Fukushima plant and warning of what could be in store for this region in the Western Ghats north of Goa. REUTERS/Danish Siddiqui

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<p>A Buddhist nun walks in line with novice Thai nuns to receive food from people during the Songkran Festival at the Sathira-Dhammasathan Buddhist meditation centre in Bangkok April 13, 2011. The Songkran festival, also known as the water festival, marks the start of Thailand's traditional New Year and is believed to wash away bad luck. REUTERS/Sukree Sukplang </p>

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A Buddhist nun walks in line with novice Thai nuns to receive food from people during the Songkran Festival at the Sathira-Dhammasathan Buddhist meditation centre in Bangkok April 13, 2011. The Songkran festival, also known as the water festival, marks the start of Thailand's traditional New Year and is believed to wash away bad luck. REUTERS/Sukree Sukplang

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<p>A general view of makeshift houses at a shanty town in Huaycan, a district on the outskirts of Lima, April 9, 2011. Peru will hold a presidential election on April 10, with a run-off being likely on June 5 since no candidate is expected to win 50 percent of the votes. REUTERS/Mariana Bazo </p>

A general view of makeshift houses at a shanty town in Huaycan, a district on the outskirts of Lima, April more

A general view of makeshift houses at a shanty town in Huaycan, a district on the outskirts of Lima, April 9, 2011. Peru will hold a presidential election on April 10, with a run-off being likely on June 5 since no candidate is expected to win 50 percent of the votes. REUTERS/Mariana Bazo

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<p>A volunteer cleans a family photo that was washed by the March 11 earthquake and tsunami as baby photos are placed to dry at a volunteer centre in Ofunato, Iwate prefecture, April 12, 2011. REUTERS/Toru Hanai </p>

A volunteer cleans a family photo that was washed by the March 11 earthquake and tsunami as baby photos aremore

A volunteer cleans a family photo that was washed by the March 11 earthquake and tsunami as baby photos are placed to dry at a volunteer centre in Ofunato, Iwate prefecture, April 12, 2011. REUTERS/Toru Hanai

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<p>A child's teddy bear, left by a mourner, floats near a boat launch into the Hudson River, where a mother and several children were found dead in Newburgh, New York, April 13, 2011. The mother, Lashandra Armstrong, 25, and sons Landon Pierce, 5, and Lance Pierre, 2, and daughter, Lainaina Pierce, 11 months, were found dead in a submerged minivan she drove into the Hudson after her 10-year-old son Laushaun escaped and alerted authorities, officials said on Wednesday. REUTERS/Mike Segar </p>

A child's teddy bear, left by a mourner, floats near a boat launch into the Hudson River, where a mother anmore

A child's teddy bear, left by a mourner, floats near a boat launch into the Hudson River, where a mother and several children were found dead in Newburgh, New York, April 13, 2011. The mother, Lashandra Armstrong, 25, and sons Landon Pierce, 5, and Lance Pierre, 2, and daughter, Lainaina Pierce, 11 months, were found dead in a submerged minivan she drove into the Hudson after her 10-year-old son Laushaun escaped and alerted authorities, officials said on Wednesday. REUTERS/Mike Segar

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<p>A painted arrow marks the area where remains of bodies slain by a possible serial killer were found near the Cedar Beach area of New York, April 14, 2011. REUTERS/Shannon Stapleton </p>

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A painted arrow marks the area where remains of bodies slain by a possible serial killer were found near the Cedar Beach area of New York, April 14, 2011. REUTERS/Shannon Stapleton

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<p>Friends of Igor Moraes da Silva, one of the victims of Thursday's shooting at Tasso da Silveira school, attend the mass before the funeral in the Jardim da Saudade cemetery in Rio de Janeiro April 8, 2011. A Brazilian gunman killed 12 children at a Rio de Janeiro school and then himself, police said, shocking the South American nation that has never seen such an incident before. REUTERS/Ricardo Moraes </p>

Friends of Igor Moraes da Silva, one of the victims of Thursday's shooting at Tasso da Silveira school, attmore

Friends of Igor Moraes da Silva, one of the victims of Thursday's shooting at Tasso da Silveira school, attend the mass before the funeral in the Jardim da Saudade cemetery in Rio de Janeiro April 8, 2011. A Brazilian gunman killed 12 children at a Rio de Janeiro school and then himself, police said, shocking the South American nation that has never seen such an incident before. REUTERS/Ricardo Moraes

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<p>A man is seen through windows as he watches television on his bed in a scrapped vehicle which serves as his dwelling, at a dismantling centre for old vehicles on the outskirts of Hefei, Anhui province, China, April 12, 2011. Seven families in the centre, with ages from 4 to 84, dismantle old cars as their livelihood during the day and live in renovated scrapped vehicles during the night, local media reported. REUTERS/Stringer </p>

A man is seen through windows as he watches television on his bed in a scrapped vehicle which serves as hismore

A man is seen through windows as he watches television on his bed in a scrapped vehicle which serves as his dwelling, at a dismantling centre for old vehicles on the outskirts of Hefei, Anhui province, China, April 12, 2011. Seven families in the centre, with ages from 4 to 84, dismantle old cars as their livelihood during the day and live in renovated scrapped vehicles during the night, local media reported. REUTERS/Stringer

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